NASA's newest rover, Grover, is exploring the icy landscape of Greenland to better understand their structure, and how quickly they are melting. The 6-foot-tall, 800-pound rover will use ground-penetrating radar as it roams the area until June 8. Using past snow accumulation data, scientists will compare that with how much ice is melting, contributing to rising sea levels.
NASA launches a rover to study ice sheets in Greenland
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